The PepTalk this week is about irisin, a 121 amino acid residue polypeptide, which is able to convert white adipose tissue into brown adipose tissue. In humans, an overabundance of visceral white adipose tissue is present in obesity and type 2 diabetes whereas brown adipose tissue is beneficial. Peptides International is pleased to introduce several recombinant protein products for adipose tissue research, which also happen to be included in our current sale!
Adipose Differentiation-Related Protein Human Recombinant
Adiponectin, Mouse Anti Human
Angiopoietin-like Protein 4 Human Recombinant (Fasting- Induced Adipose Factor, ANGPTL4)
ANGPTL4 Human, HEK
Complement Factor D Human Recombinant (Adipsin)
Fibronectin Type III Domain Containing 5 Human Recombinant, Yeast (Irisin, FNDC5)
Leptin Human Recombinant
Resistin Mutant Human Recombinant
Resistin Human, His
Additional related products for type 2 diabetes research:
Glucagon-like Peptide 1 (1-37) (Human)
Glucagon-like Peptide 1 (Human, 7-36 Amide) (0.5 mg vial)
Additional diabetes research products can be found here.
The entire archive of Peptides International Product Spotlights are available here. The topics range from some of the most popular items we have available to those lesser known ones that still have compelling research applications. They often are chosen due to recently published articles that feature them. They are permanently posted here, so read at your leisure!